Caching

Caching refers to the process by which server responses are stored and reused to make subsequent requests faster. DNS, databases, and web servers frequently use caching to increase speed and reduce load on servers and networks.

featured tutorialWeb Caching Basics: Terminology, HTTP Headers, and Caching Strategies
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Justin Ellingwood • Published on April 1, 2015

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    • Tutorial

      How To Install and Secure Memcached on Ubuntu 22.04

      In this guide, you will install and configure a Memcached server. You’ll also add authentication to secure Memcached using Simple Authentication and Security Layer (SASL). Finally, you’ll learn how to bind Memcached t...
      22 days agoBy Jamon CamissoCachingFirewallInteractiveSecurityServer OptimizationUbuntuUbuntu 22.04
    • Question

      How to get webhooks from Tradingview

      Hi I would like to know how can I get webhooks from tradingview.com (from specific IP’S)? Thanks a lot
      2 answers1 month agoBy julio cesar reyes velascoAPICaching
    • Question

      Robots.txt doesnt update on Google Search Console

      I have updated my robots.txt and removed all restrictions for google-bot. I saw this question and they suggested it might be cdn cache. But I dont have that activated on my digitalocean project. Why doesnt my robots.t...
      1 answer2 months agoBy DriftingElectricBlueSnorklerCachingCDNDigitalOcean Droplets
    • Question

      Is it possible to use different signed URLs share the same CDN cache.

      We have implemented signed URLs with spaces and DO CDN. The overall implementation is working well. We are trying to see if different signed URLs to the same asset will use the same CDN cache or will it create a diffe...
      1 answer4 months agoBy jonaseliassonCachingCDNDigitalOcean API and CLI (doctl)
    • Question

      How to setup FastCGI cache for WordPress sites?

      After years of cPanel hosting I have considered to setup my own server in DigitalOcean for my high-traffic WordPress (WooCommerce). I am getting tired of dealing with shared hosting companies. Also I don’t want to pay...
      1 answer5 months agoBy zujkovNginxCachingWordPress
    • Question

      403 forbidden in server header error and 503 https status code error

      I am having a very hard time in maintaining the server as I have appointed many cloud developers but nobody is able to solve the problem or find the exact error.when I check the server header checker it # shows 403 Fo...
      1 answer5 months agoBy videohorn15CDNCaching
    • Question

      Cache Doesn't Improve Request Per Second

      Hello-there! In many tutorials, caching significantly improves requests per second using benchmarking tools like WRK and AB. For some reason, caching doesn’t seem to improve request per second at all - it ​might even ...
      1 answer6 months agoBy davidlittlefieldCoralServer OptimizationCachingNginxHAProxy
    • Question

      Nginx Optimization for 2 wordpress website on single droplet

      hello team I want to optimize my server because my website down after some traffic check CPU usage >> https://prnt.sc/1wyuhxt
      1 answer7 months agoBy amankishor2020NginxPHPServer OptimizationWordPressCachingUbuntu 18.04
    • Question

      Nameserver issue

      i changed my nameserver namecheap to DO(digital ocean) all code working properly but some data inserted in DO database and some are not? is it possible the site will working on both hosting, please help to resolve thi...
      2 answers7 months agoBy priyachauhan13009DNSDigitalOcean DropletsCaching
    • Question

      Varnish cache setup in a multiserver env

      Hello. I’m currently running 3 droplets with a Load Balancer ahead of them, a separate Redis droplet, a Mysql Cluster, an Elasticsearch droplet and a Spaces CDN. I’m runing Laravel btw. I haven’t tried Varnish Cache b...
      No answers yet7 months agoBy George TudorCachingServer Optimization
    • Question

      OpenLiteSpeed does not clear cache (deleted page showing)

      I recently added an index.html at the server correct directory. I tested and it was ok.The problem is that I deleted the page and uploaded others BUT the old ‘index.html’ keeps being served.I tried to find some ‘flush...
      Accepted Answer: In fact I solved it myself. The problem was that “Virtual Host Root” had the wrong path at LiteSpeed Webadmin. And somehow it made the page get ‘cached’ I don’t know how. After the insertion of the correct path the pr...
      2 answers7 months agoBy Iran NechoOpenLiteSpeed WordPress 1-ClickCaching
    • Question

      Nginx vs Litespeed for WordPress performance

      I have noticed across US and Europe WordPress communities there are some rumors getting popular recently, ex. Litespeed is “faster” than Nginx and that .htaccess is “required” for WordPress functions. Well I am using ...
      4 answers8 months agoBy TravisNginxCachingWordPress
    • Tutorial

      How To Install and Secure Memcached on Ubuntu 18.04

      A previous version of this tutorial was written by Kathleen Juell. Memory object caching systems like Memcached can optimize backend database performance by temporarily storing information in memory, retaining…
      8 months agoBy Jamon CamissoUbuntuUbuntu 20.04Server OptimizationSecurityCachingFirewall
    • Tutorial

      How To Install and Secure Memcached on Ubuntu 20.04

      In this guide, you will learn how to install and configure a Memcached server. You’ll also learn how to add authentication to secure Memcached using Simple Authentication and Security Layer (SASL). Finally, you’ll lea...
      8 months agoBy Jamon CamissoUbuntuServer OptimizationSecurityFirewallCachingInteractive
    • Question

      Wordpress marketplace css cache

      I want to make changes to my website from the server, but the css changes I make are not reflected on the site,I’m loading the script with random version number and it still doesn’t work wp_enqueue_style( 'main-style'...
      2 answers8 months agoBy emileieWordPressCaching
    • Question

      App Platform Clear Cache

      I’m currently using the API to create an app on the App Platform. However, when I teardown the app and visit its domain, a cached version of it is still being served from Cloudflare. How do I go about clearing the cac...
      Accepted Answer: Hi @ShuStudios , After the app is destroyed, you shouldn’t be able to access the app using the domain. Have you tried in Incognito or after clearing the browser cache ? Could you please try hitting the domain in Incog...
      1 answer9 months agoBy StefanDigitalOcean App PlatformCaching
    • Tutorial

      How To Speed Up Static Web Pages with Varnish Cache Server on Ubuntu 20.04

      Varnish is a versatile reverse HTTP proxy that caches responses from backend servers in memory so they are served quickly from main memory when they are requested again.In this tutorial, you will set up Varnish as a c...
      9 months agoBy Mouhsen IbrahimUbuntuCaching
    • Question

      Build ARG in Dockerfile doesn't invalidate cache

      Hello, We have a 2-stage Dockerfile (Build+run) where we use a build ARG in the 1st stage. This build ARG is injected during the docker build ... command. When rebuilding the image with the same name and tag, but chan...
      1 answer10 months agoBy RetlerDockerDigitalOcean Container Registry (DOCR)Caching
    • Question

      App Platform Cloudflare Wordpress Automatic Platform Optimization

      Is it possible to use DigitalOcean App Platform with Cloudflares Automatic Platform Optimization for WordPress ?
      1 answer11 months agoBy mxkybWordPressCachingCDN
    • Question

      What would be your advice on using a WordPress plugin that speeds up my site?

      There are too many options, so that’s why I ask the question here. What would be your advice on using a WordPress plugin that speeds up my site? WPRocket?WP Total Cache? Or something different. The site I’m considerin...
      1 answer11 months agoBy Chris SmitCachingWordPress